College Experience Program (CEP)

Program Overview

The Marymount Manhattan College Experience Program allows qualified high school students to enroll in courses for college credit during their junior or senior year of high school that can be applied toward a MMC degree or transferred to another college. Accepted students will may sample different academic majors prior to enrolling in college, gain deeper knowledge of one or more particular subjects, get a head start on their college education, or just preview the college academic environment. 

While enrolled in the College Experience Program students have access to the College’s student facilities, including the library, during all regular hours of operation. Students have access to any of the lectures and other free events open to the student body. And, they are eligible for free or discounted tickets to the College’s theatre and dance productions.

Each fall or spring semester, students will be able to take entry-level college courses in subject areas such as Art, Communication Arts, History, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology, and Religious Studies

Courses will meet during after-school hours or on weekends. Refer to our academic calendar for exact start and end dates for each semester and be sure to review available courses

The cost of the program is based on the part-time per credit charges, but the standard fees are waived. Students may withdraw without academic penalty until the 7th week of the semester. Check the withdraw policy for details and refund policy. Official withdrawal forms must be processed by your academic advisor.

To determine if you are eligible to enroll in a certain course, please contact the Office of Academic Advisement at 212-517-0568 and an advisor will be happy to assist you.